In pictures: Feature gardens
More images of the four feature gardens at RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2014
Lest we Forget: Marking the centenary of the outbreak of World War One
This garden includes a real tank and a recreated trench garden.
A garden for remembrance
This garden is designed to remember the generation who fought in WWI.
Trench garden in Lest we Forget
Trench gardens mostly grew vegetables to supplement rations for the soldiers.
Iconic field poppies
The poppy flower is used throughout this garden to act as a reminder of those who died.
Ocean Spray Cranberry Harvest display
This garden adds a splash of vivid red floating on the water.
Cranberries floating in the pond
Two large ponds covered with cranberries evoke a New England setting.
Planting at the waters edge
Striking green against a red backdrop.
View back across the pond
The design aims to celebrate the wet harvest method used in farming the cranberry.
The One Show garden, designed by Alexandra Noble
This garden by One Show competition winner has been inspired by the Roman city of Bath.
Planting within the garden
Flowering perennials feature gems of delight that reveal themselves among the planting.
Reflective pools in the garden
These pools depict the Roman underfloor heating system known as a hypocaust.
The walkway around the garden
This boundary on two sides creates a cut-away floor that shows the heating system below.
50 Golden Years: A Celebration of Britain in Bloom.
Designed by Jon Wheatley, this garden champions the power of community gardening.
Giraffe sculpture in the garden
The garden showcases art and heritage in the landscape for visitors to enjoy.
A whimiscal scarecrow
Humourous touches are used to bring people together.
Planting in the garden
Beautiful planting throughout is a blend of flowers and vegetables.
This gallery is from
Coverage of the annual flower show.